Login Please




Don't have an account? Sign up here
Wed, Jun 07 2017 post by Kristin From creativemeinspiredyou

Philly Cheesesteak Cups

It's not always easy to make a cheese steak into a single serving, but these cups are just perfect for single size proportions. Crispy yet tender bread, filled with lots of cheese and ...

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

I have been a cheese steak lover for many years. Living not too far outside of Philadelphia, our family has tried the big names, Gino's, Pat's, Tony Luke's. From pricey steak house cheese steaks to food carts. Cheese steak subs, filled pretzels, loaded pizzas and even cheese steak salad. We made it a fun mission to sample the best and the most diverse places to find a cheese steak. This recipe is great where there will be a gathering of guys or teens, and especially great for an upcoming Father's Day picnic.  I'm a basic kind of gal, a little garlic, salt and pepper on thinly sliced steak, a good cheese and an incredible bread makes one of the best sandwiches around, whether it's from a high end chef or a diner. I created these fun cheese steak filled bread cups to bring along with us for a graduation party this spring. They were a big hit at the party, in less then 10 minutes they were gone and my friends raved about how tasty they were. It's not always easy to make a cheese steak into a single serving, but these cups are just perfect for single size proportions. Crispy yet tender bread, filled with lots of cheese and steak goodness, they are easy to hold and take a big bite out of!

DSC_0170

 First we start with a bag of Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

We will thaw them out on a plate. You will need one dinner roll per serving.  I used 12 dinner rolls for the amount of cheese steak mixture I had.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

After thawing out the dinner rolls, we will shape our cups.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Grab each dinner rolls and flatten it, then begin to stretch it out by pulling gently around the outside of the dough. We are making the dough flat like little pizzas.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

To make the dough into a cup, spray the bottom of a cupcake pan with cooking spray and place the dough onto the cups.  I experimented and did 6 on one tray by covering every other one, I also did one tray of all 12, and that tray came out just as nicely and the dough did not stick together like I thought they might.

Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes until your cups are lightly browned. Cool.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Chop up 1 each small onion, green pepper and red pepper. I like to add the red pepper for sweetness and color.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Slice 1 pound of thinly sliced eye round steak into strips. I freeze the meat about 15 minutes first to make it easier to slice.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

In a cooking pan, add 2 tablespoons olive oil and saute your veggies until tender.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Once the veggies are tender, add your thinly sliced meat, salt and pepper and 1 tablespoon chopped garlic.

  Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Lightly saute the meat until it is just barely cooked but no pink shows.

 Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

These cups are just barely browned.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Take a slice of provolone cheese, tear it up and place in the bottom of the cup. This helps keep the bread from getting too wet from moisture from the meat.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Fill the cup with the steak mixture and add a sprinkling of mozzarella cheese to the top.

   Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Place your filled cups on a parchment paper lined baking sheet, and heat in the oven at 400 degrees until the cheese is melted and the meat mixture is hot.

Rhodes Philly Cheesesteak Cups

 Serve warm. Each cup is one serving.

Enjoy!

kris

Print

Philly Cheesesteak Cups

Servings: 12 | Skills: | Prep Time: 20 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 15-20 min

Philly Cheesesteak Cups
5.0 / 5  (1 vote, 0 reviews )

Ingredients

12 Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls
1 pound thinly sliced Eye Round Steaks
1 tablespoon chopped garlic
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 small onion
1 green pepper
1 red pepper
12 slices provolone cheese
1/2 cup shredded mozzarella
cooking spray
salt and pepper

Instructions

Thaw 12 Rhodes Bake N Serv Dinner Rolls

Stretch each roll out and place on top of the bottom of a cooking sprayed cupcake tin.

Bake at 400 degrees until lightly browned, about 15-20 minutes.

Chop steak, onion, peppers and garlic.

Add olive oil to pan, saute veggies until tender, then add steak, salt & pepper and garlic, then cook until just no longer pink.

Add torn slices of provolone to bottom of cups, then add steak and sprinkle with mozzarella cheese.

Heat in oven at 400 degrees until cheese is melted and steak is hot.
8 Serve immediately.

0 Comments

Add a new comment



Weekly
Newsletter


Baking tips, recipe
ideas and more
delivered to you.